When I first came out in 1988, if two young gay people met, the reaction often was, “You too! I thought I was alone.” As my 20-year high school reunion approaches, I witnessed an identical response in a seminal New York Times Magazine cover story. At a coffee shop […]
NCAA Men’s Basketball First and Second Round Regional Tournament, Verizon Center, Washington, D.C., Thursday and Saturday.
WASHINGTON — Even newly armored by the spirit of Camelot, Barack Obama is still distressed by the sight of a certain damsel.
After Dark Horrorfest, November 9 – 18 at Select Theaters Nationwide
August 14-20, 2007
Dark Star Orchestra, State Theatre, 220 N. Washington St., Falls Church, Friday, August 10, 9 p.m. Agh, I just can’t help myself. I’ve recommended this group too often, but seriously, it’s one of the best shows for the price that you can see, if you are at all into classic […]
Dark Star Orchestra Thursday, Dickie Betts Friday, State Theatre, 220 N. Washington St., Falls Church.
The choice between one’s insane wife of 20 years and one’s star-struck girlfriend who withholds her divine cooking skills and instead provides sexual intimacy is an extremely complicated one. Artie Shaughnessy (Mike Gibson) certainly knew the difficulties of such a decision as he and his family endured the visit of […]
As I was retrieving an array of domestic and imported beers from the fridge and setting the bottles down next to a stack of pizzas, the words of comedy essayist Dave Barry came to mind: “The greatest invention in the history of mankind is beer. Oh, I grant you that […]
“Dog Sees God, Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead,” Play by Bert V. Royal, Studio Theatre, 14th & P Streets NW, Washington, D.C., thru Aug. 6. I saw this play in New York last fall and reviewed it in the News-Press then. It is a powerful but woefully misunderstood creation. Most […]